The Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) has announced the 21st European Gas Conference – “Natural Gas – facts and predictions”.
In the years ahead of us, the European energy market will be impacted by energy efficiency measures, heat decarbonisation and the changing nature of electricity generation. While European gas consumption is set to remain almost flat in the coming years, domestic production is set to fall at an average rate of 3.5% per year. This structural decline in domestic production, combined with the expiry of several long-term pipeline contracts, opens opportunities.
“First come, first served”
The conference is set to be arranged as planned, but we will adapt the practical implementation in accordance with governmental advice and guidelines. In case of restrictions on the number of seats, participants are given priority according to the “first come, first served” principle. If you are unable to participate physically or it is fully booked, it will be possible to follow the conference online at a lower price.
You can choose now whether you want to participate on site or just watch the conference online. Participants who signs up now and pay full price in order to secure their seat will be reimbursed if new restrictions limit physical participation. This also applies if the entire conference is converted to “online only”.
Knowledge sharing is a valuable component to success. The European Gas Conference intends to provide facts and predictions. The NPF appreciates all speakers who will share their experiences and views.
28-29 October 2020
Radisson Hotel Atlantic, Stavanger, Norway
Tonje Raknes, Project Manager, NPF
+47 983 06 117